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### Theory:

Let us consider the equation $$3y-2=1$$. Now, let us graph the equation.

First, let us simplify the equation by keeping the variable in the LHS and the constant in the RHS.

Thus, we have:

$$3y-2=1$$

$$3y-2+2=1+2$$  (Add $$2$$ on both sides of the equation)

$$3y=3$$

$$\frac{3y}{3}=\frac{3}{3}$$  (Divide both sides of the equation by $$3$$)

$$y=1$$

Therefore, the simplified equation is $$y=1$$. To plot the graph, we need $$x$$ value also. From the equation, we can see that whatever is the value of $$x$$, $$y$$ is $$1$$.

Some of the ordered pairs are $$(-2,1)$$, $$(-1,1)$$, $$(0,1)$$, $$(1,1)$$, $$(2,1)$$, $$(3,1)$$

Now, let us plot these ordered pairs in the graph and join them.

Here, the scale is $$x$$-axis $$1 \ cm=1 \ unit$$ and $$y$$-axis $$1 \ cm = 1 \ unit$$.

This is the graph of the linear equation $$3y-2=1$$.